HASAB - Research

Research is one of the core areas of HASAB's development efforts. HASAB spent a significant time in conducting need based research for strengthening project activities and developing sound strategic directions so that projects can run in a right path. HASAB is much resourceful organization in HIV/AIDS field due to its research based findings and continuous contribution in creating and finding potential information for the users. HASAB conducted following research till to date: 

1.   Baseline survey of HAPP - Internal Migrant Package: " Are the internal migrants at the risks of HIV/AIDS?" (2004-05)

2.   Baseline survey of "Promoting Rights of Extreme Socially Excluded People (PRESEP)" (2004-05)

3.   Organizational Capacity Assessment of seven marginalized population under  PRESEP project (2004-05)

4.   Assessing community vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and STI in Lalmonirhat and Kurigram (April-May 2003)-In partnership with RDRS.


5.   Assessment of a peer education model of HIV/AIDS prevention among garments workers (2003): To identify good practices of the PSKP demonstration project-In partnership with South-South Centre.

6.   Assessment of HIV/AIDS Intervention among MSM: To identify good practices from the experiences of ODPUP (2003) - In partnership with South-South Centre.

7.   An assessment of migrant workers vulnerability to HIV/AIDS (Aug-Nov 2002): In partnership with RMMRU

8.   A situation analysis on stock-taking of IDUs (Oct-Nov 2002)

9.   Mapping and situation analysis of the floating sex workers Jun-Aug 2002)

10. National assessment of situation analysis and Responses to Opioid/Opiate use in Bangladesh (NSAROB) (Apr-Jun 2002)- In partnership with FHI, CARE

11. Situation Analysis of male to male sexuality and sexual health in Rajshahi, Natore and Iswardi (2002)-In partnership with ODPUP

12. National database on STI/HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh (1999)-In partnership with UNDP

13. An assessment of the harm reduction intervention among IDUs (1999)-In partnership with SHEASS.

14. Assessing sexual health needs for HIV Intervention: A participatory approach with Hotel and Restaurant Workers in Sylhet (1998)-In partnership with SJA


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